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Curses and Obsessions Part I

[getsocial app=”sharing_bar”] „Spirits that I’ve summoned“ „The one, who at the same time perceives his shadow as well as his light, sees himself from two angles and therefore stays in center.“ Carl Gustav Jung Short version:  The energetic field around us is constantly changing. If this field is stagnating over a longer period of time,…

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Creator vs Plaything?

 [getsocial app=”sharing_bar”]   “The merit of human existence lies in putting all its hope onto God” Bernard de Clairveaux The Cistercian monk and Christian mystic Bernhard de Clairveaux (1091-1153) was one of the most influential theologians of his day. Anyone who had ever visited a gothic cathedral might well imagine how that medieval worldview stood…

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Shamanism – an introduction

[getsocial app=”sharing_bar”] “Ring the bells that can still ring Forget your perfect offering There is a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in.“ (Anthem /Leonhard Cohen) 1. Shamanism The roots of the word “shamanism“ remain unknown. Some sources maintain that it derives from the Sanskrit “sramana” meaning monk. More likely it comes from…

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Curses and Obsessions Part II

[getsocial app=”sharing_bar”]   “The weird sisters hand in hand, Posters of the sea and land, Thus do go about, about, Thrice to thine and thrice to mine, And thrice again, to make up nine. Peace! The charm’s wound up” (Macbeth / William Shakespeare) “Thus do go about, about…the charm`s wound up.” The witches’ spell is…

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